News Pictures – Army captain becomes first Briton to cross the Antartica solo by walking 1,000 miles


Article and photos from hienalouca.com An army officer has become the first Briton to trek unaided across Antarctica. Captain Lou Rudd, 49, finished his gruelling 925-mile journey at 19.21pm GMT on Friday after 56 days. The Englishman becomes only the second person in history to complete the expedition without any assistance after American endurance athlete Colin O’Brady finished the route on Thursday.

via News Pictures – Army captain becomes first Briton to cross the Antartica solo by walking 1,000 miles in 56 days — News Exc Celebrity

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